Experience on Applying the Developed Safety Assessment System to Various Industries
For past seven years, CRIEPI has been conducting efforts to develop and make applications of a “safety assessment system” which enable to measure the safety level of organization. This report includes the frame of the system, assessment results obtained in various industries and its reliability.
KeywordsPrincipal Component Analysis Nuclear Power Plant Safety Level Safety Management Organizational Climate
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